This is a story about a good man who loves two women. He lives the good life of a respected professor in a quiet college town on the United States west coast. He loves his wife, his cottage garden and his academic routine. He is content. But when his new Japanese graduate assistant’s mother visits her son from Japan, the professor’s world is turned upside down. Memories that he thought he had forgotten or suppressed flood back, and his tranquility vanishes.
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Harlan Hague, Ph.D., is an historian and novelist of the American West. His specialties are exploration and trails, California’s Mexican era, the environment and the positive role of American Indians in exploration and travel in the West. His co-authored biography, Thomas O. Larkin: A Life of Patriotism and Profit in Old California, was awarded the Caroline Bancroft History Prize. In addition to history, biography and fiction, he writes travel, fantasy and screenplays, including a screenplay based on Sakura. For more about what he has done and what he is doing, see his web site at http://harlanhague.us.
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Descrizione libro Graycatbird, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0615555802